Analysis Of The Book ' Family On Family '

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LIBERTY UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF DIVINITY

4MAT Book Review - Family to Family

Submitted to Dr Jeff Ward, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the completion of

EVAN 525-B08
Contemporary Evangelism

by

Todd Bush
July 3, 2016

Abstract
The book Family to Family is a solid aide for the family that has lost association with itself. The very motivation behind the book as expressed by the writers is to "discover God’s purpose for your family, develop a family mission statement, establish core values, make time for quality and quantity family time centered around God’s purposes, and equip you to lead your children to Christ and mentor them spiritually."
As the writers Pipes and Lee walk the perusers through these ranges, they demonstrate to us generally accepted methods to raise families that are focused on Christ and how guardians can render their faith to their kids and alter the course of them leaving the congregation after reaching the age of eighteen. Family to Family starts with the life of the regular church going family that tries to do an excessive amount of day to day tasks and is not associated with each other through Christ. The writers give the peruser a week after week and day to day list of activities that this normal family has and indicates how this is the reason for their detachment with Christ.
Pipes and Lee use information from the American Family Association to demonstrate that "Only 34 percent of America’s families eat one meal together…

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